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Crossing Cultural Borders
APA Fellow Kenneth Wang is convinced that leaving one culture behind to live in another, even temporarily, can shake a person's identity.
"I've conceptualized crossing cultural borders as experiencing loss — the loss of relevant knowledge and a sense of belonging," he says. "This is not an original idea, but I draw on my own experience and observations of that."Read More
Student Loan Management
IonTuition, a web-based service that helps you manage student loan repayment, is now available at no charge to all APA members as part of your membership.
Membership in APA has afforded me invaluable opportunities for professional growth and networking. I have been able to learn from many role models in the field and also have been given opportunities to engage in and make a difference through Division participation and leadership.Chriscelyn Tussey / Member
Belonging to APA and the several divisions that represent my diverse academic interests, as a first year graduate student I was able to connect with a network of successful professionals and engage in valuable service opportunities that have shaped who I am as a young professional.Melissa Ertl / Student Affiliate
Plug into topic- and interest-based groups in one of APA's 54 divisions.
Division meetings provide an excellent opportunity to network with colleagues who share your professional interests.
APA’s 54 divisions are interest groups organized by members. Some represent subdisciplines of psychology (e.g., experimental, social or clinical) while others focus on topical areas such as aging, ethnic minorities or trauma.Join a Division
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